‹‹ Back to the Metal arena
Posts: 13  
Users visited: 60  
Search this topic:  
What is for you the best album of this new wave of thrash metal?

Other, please one post with your album!7
Forever Abomination, by Skeletonwitch6
Outer Isolation, by Vektor5
Waking Into Nightmares, by Warbringer4
Time Is Up, by Havok2
Hazardous Mutation, by Municipal waste2
Clockwork, by Angelus Apatrida0
Rise…Then Rest, by Crisix0
Insurrection Rising, by Savage Messiah0

Total votes: 26


Posts: 848

Age: 36
From: Spain

  01.12.2013 at 20:14
Well, the true i'm really very impressed with these new bands that have emerged from the middle of this decade of 2000, so i want to know what is for you the best album! and please remember if you choose 'other', write a post with your álbum =)

Thrash is not dead
Ancient Dreams

Posts: 43
From: UK
  02.12.2013 at 01:42
Same band as one of the above, but different album. My favourite has to be Municipal Waste - The Art Of Partying. Absolutely cracking album.
M C Vice

Posts: 2357

Age: 29
From: Australia

  02.12.2013 at 12:34
My fav of recent thrash? Probably Back To The noose by Swashbuckle. Although Mortillery's Origin Of Extinction would be in my top three.
Mum - 21/10/1955 - 19/6/2015. R.I.P.

"They keep promising dragons, but all I get are more floppy wieners in my face."
Go the Sharks!
Bad English

Posts: 41866

Age: 30
From: Sweden

  02.12.2013 at 21:29
All are equally same, because non of those and I cant say others album stend out then restoif those, all are good, thrash but non has so super to be BEST
Life is to short for LOVE, there is many great things to do online !!!

Stormtroopers of Death - ''Speak English or Die''

I better die, because I never will learn speek english, so I choose dieing
Koen Smits

Posts: 1240

Age: 38
From: Belgium

  03.12.2013 at 13:48
Forever Abomination by Skeletonwitch.
Vektor - Outer Isolation as second.
RIP: Frank Vandenbroucke (6 nov 1974 - 12 oct 2009)

Written by Bad English on 05.04.2014 at 15:05

but spoil thius film is like spoil porn and say porn ends whit cum shot ...

Posts: 848

Age: 36
From: Spain

  03.12.2013 at 14:15
Written by Koen Smits on 03.12.2013 at 13:48

Forever Abomination by Skeletonwitch.
Vektor - Outer Isolation as second.

Hehe, Outer Isolation was my choice
Account deleted
  08.12.2013 at 22:55
Out of the choices I would say Hazardous Mutation by Municipal Waste, or anything by them really. They got some kick ass crossover.
loins are moist

Posts: 6725
From: Australia

  09.12.2013 at 02:00
Evile - Five Serpents' Teeth for me.

Posts: 23
From: UK
  24.12.2013 at 22:37
Fave is probably 'The aftermath'- Bonded by blood (released 2012)

Came across this list just this afternoon http://metalholic.com/metalholics-10-best-thrash-metal-albums-2013/ which are the best thrash albums of this year, some of which are from modern thrash bands
In Bone Factory

Posts: 330

Age: 29
From: Iran

  08.01.2014 at 18:31
Skeletonwitch is fucking mind blasting
a hammerhead goobrian
Infernal Eternal

Posts: 643
From: Greece

  21.01.2014 at 20:12
Skeletonwitch or Warbringer.
{}::::::[]:::::::::::::::::> ONLY DEATH IS REAL <:::::::::::::::::[]::::::{}
Rest In Peace: Bon Scott, Dave G. Halliday, Michael "Destructor" Wulf, Jerry Fogle, Quorthon, Witchhunter

Posts: 2269

Age: 24
From: Canada

  24.01.2014 at 03:03
... Hi.

Very interesting choices up there, though...

For me it would be a battle between

1. The Art Of Partying - Municipal Waste / 2007

2. Being And Nothingness - Hexen / 2012


3. Black Future - Vektor / 2009

very hard to chose between these 3 .. so I'll let it at that and vote in Other.
Also I'm very surprised that *Forever Abomination* was your choice for Skeletonwitch
I would've seen *Beyond The Permafrost* and *Breathing The Fire* way before this one.
- I love my technical, melodic, my thrash, agressive and fast paced, my sludge, well thought, my heavy, heavier and my metal, ever-growing -
loins are moist

Posts: 6725
From: Australia

  13.03.2014 at 06:13
I've been gorging on both 1980s and 2000s Thrash bands recently.

And I keep getting the same feeling: if you transferred most of these new bands to the 1980s, they would be 3rd and 4th tier players.

They seem to lack the vibe, the energy, personality and the song writing ability of the top and even middle level 1980s bands.

And they don't even compare to newer stuff by older bands ala Testament, Kreator and Death Angel or even Artillery and Onslaught (both of whom are starting to sound "too comfortable" on their later releases IMO).

I thought Bonded By Blood, Warbringer and especially Evile had potential. But in the end it turns out these glimmers of potential were their high points and they all reverted to the same third rate Thrash peddled by their brethren.

Stuff like Savage Messiah is ok albeit somewhat third rate as they don't really seem to have a sound of their own (it reminds me too much of Agent Steel or Forbidden).

So I'd say the best Thrash albums of the 2000s is stuff like Dark Roots of Earth, Killing Peace, Ironbound, Phantom Antichrist, Enemy of God, Endgame and The Dream Calls For Blood - all incidentally by the old school...

Or One Kill Wonder, Revolver, Bloodred Hatred, The Art of Balancem, Maniaxe and Splatterthrash - all rooted as heavily in Melodic Death Metal or Death/Grind as much as in Thrash.

Advertise on Metal Storm

Login or register to post here.

Similar topics

Forum Topic Similarity Started
Extreme metal forum Onslaught: Pure thrash from the UK. New album is released 9.5 11.03.2007 by Hellish Star
Lists Best Bands Of New Wave Of Thrash Metal 7.5 07.03.2012 by Gorshtak
Metal arena The Best Death Metal Albums That Never Get Old-Ever 7 30.04.2010 by dieforopeth00
Extreme metal forum New Wave Of Thrash Metal 6.5 22.11.2009 by thesabbathfan
Promotion and Ads Rezistor - "By Any Means Necessary" (new album) 6.5 14.06.2015 by Rezistor